Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rose bud:

2 syllables:
close blood,
shows blood,
whose blood,
low blood,
no blood,
gross blood,
knows but,
close tongued,
goes bung,
known blood,
nose stud,
phone buzzed,
showed blood,
those judged,
whole blood,
blows lid,
does good,
those good,
whose good,
does get,
does nut,
home but,
known but,
one but,
boat bug,
chose comme,
chose young,
clone fund,
close run,
closed as,
closed on,
closed up,
does come,
does much,
does such,
does when,
dose was,
gros sel,
grows young,
growth fund,
knows when,
load fund,
lose much,
lose rag,
lose some,
lose tongue,
nose rag,
nose was,
owes much,
posed as,
shows some,
shows such,
shows young,
tear to shreds,
those men,
those young,
toad bug,
whole flood,
whose chief,
whose love,
whose son,
whose tongue,
whose young,
does bird,
does head,
lose head,
no bid,
slo bid,
to bid,
whose beard,
whose bread,
whose head,
do but,
go but,
low but,
no. but,
now but,
slow but,
so but,
to but,
who but,
blows on,
blows up,
chose as,
close as

3 syllables:
promote blood,
unknown blood,
lowers blood,
aloes wood,
above but,
alone but,
unknown but,
above flood,
composed as,
expose young,
exposed as,
exposed on,
lower blood,
promotes blood

5 syllables:
alveolar blood

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